Certified ScrumMaster®(CSM) Certification Training in Tampa, FL (Jan 26-27)

Date: 26-Jan-17 to 27-Jan-17
Location: Hampton Inn & Suites Tampa/Ybor City/Downtown / Tampa / United States
Category: Education

Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM) certification offered by Scrum Alliance to practitioners who have successfully completed a 2-Day CSM classroom training course and demonstrate their understanding through the CSM test. 

A CSM acts as a ‘servant leader’ and helps the team work together and learn framework effectively. Aids project teams in using Scrum effectively. Provides expertise above that of a typical Project Manager.

Encertify's CSM training program includes a 2-Day classroom training. It is the ideal course package for every aspiring professional who wants to make a career in Agile Project Management.
Scrum is an agile framework for completing complex projects. Scrum originally was formalized for software development projects, but works well for any complex, innovative scope of work. The CSM course is focused on providing an improved understanding of Scrum methodologies and their implementation.

The designation of Certified ScrumMaster® is offered by Scrum Alliance. Scrum Alliance is a non-profit membership organization that supports the adoption and effective use of Scrum. There are over a quarter million CSMs worldwide. Below are well known facts as to why one should opt for the Certified ScrumMaster® Certification:

CSM certification will enhance the industry credibility and recognition of management professionals and also boost their earning potential.

Certified ScrumMaster® certification provides the required credential which proves that you have a full understanding of Scrum and how to apply its principles in the workplace.

It offers a clearly defined and well-respected credential in the Agile community and makes the Scrum Professionals sought after by employers.

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